Bartley v. Macon County Sheriff's Department et al

Defendant: Macon County, Tennessee and Macon County Sheriff's Department
Plaintiff: Mark Bartley
Case Number: 2:2013cv00031
Filed: April 4, 2013
Court: Tennessee Middle District Court
Office: Cookeville Office
County: Macon
Presiding Judge: Kevin H. Sharp
Nature of Suit: Fair Labor Standards Act
Cause of Action: 29:201
Jury Demanded By: None

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Defendant: Macon County, Tennessee
Represented By: Everett Guy-Ridley Holliman
Represented By: William J. Butler
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Plaintiff: Mark Bartley
Represented By: James S. Higgins
Represented By: Jonathan A. Street
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